📄️ Array Destructuring
Array destructuring is a unique technique that allows you to neatly extract an array’s value into new variables.
🗃️ Array Methods
📄️ Array Object
📄️ Asynchronous Programming
An asynchronous function is a function that runs in its own timing—without waiting for another function to finish its execution first.
📄️ Data Types
📄️ Function Object
📄️ Lexical Scope
Lexical scope is the definition area of an expression. Therefore, an item's lexical scope is the place in which the item got created.
Logic is the analytical action performed by a computer, which often requires the computer to decide if a condition is true or false.
A namespace is a named container used to store objects of any type. It allows you to use the same object multiple times in the same script.
📄️ Non-primitive Data Type
📄️ Object Destructuring
Object destructuring is a unique technique that allows you to neatly extract an object’s value into new variables.
📄️ Primitive Data Type
📄️ Properties Object
Recursion is a method by which a problem gets solved through iteration. This article will use an example to illustrate recursive functions.
📄️ Regular Expression
📄️ Rest Operator
📄️ Side Effect
Side effect occurs in a program whenever you use an external code in your function, which impacts the function’s ability to perform its task.
📄️ Spread Operator
The spread operator helps to expand iterables into individual elements. It is effective only when used within an array, function, or object.
📄️ Temporal Dead Zone
A temporal dead zone is the area of a block where a variable is inaccessible until the computer completely initializes it with a value.
📄️ Test-Driven Development
Test-driven development is a coding practice where you write the result you want your program to produce before creating the program.
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